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April 28, 2014
HEMLOCK, Ohio — Now that’s how you put a team away.
The Wahama baseball team tallied eight runs in the sixth inning to help seal the the 11-0 mercy rule victory over Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division host Miller, on Thursday in Perry County.
After three scoreless innings the White Falcons (11-5, 10-1 TVC Hocking) broke through in the top of the fourth when Tyler Grimm drove in Hunted Bradley with a single. Kane Roush and Wyatt Zuspan both crossed the plate in the fifth inning to extend the lead to 3-0 lead.
Wahama began the sixth inning four straight hits and eventually scored eight runs in the frame. Miller (5-8, 3-8) went away in order in the sixth and WHS took the 11-0 triumph.
Hunter Bradley earned the victory for Wahama after allowing three hits in five scoreless innings, while striking out nine. Wyatt Zuspan threw the final inning and allowed one one hit.
Garrett Sinift suffered the loss after allowing nine runs on eight hits and two walks, while striking out five. Hunter Starlin allowed two runs on two hits and a walk, while striking out one in one inning.
Tyler Grimm, Hunter Bradley and Kane Roush each had two hits, followed by Mason Hicks, Wesley Harrison, Garrett Miller and Brent Larck with one hit each. Roush, Bradley and Zuspan each scored twice, Miller, Josh Petry, Ryan Thomas, Jacob Bennett and Demetrius Serevicz each scored once.
Larck led Wahama with two runs bated in, while Roush, Zuspan, Harrison, Bradley, Grimm and Nathan Redman each had an RBI. Bradley and Roush each had two stolen bases in the win.
Austin Doughty led Miller with two hits, while Cole Geil and Garrett Sinift each added one.
Wahama finished with 11 runs, 10 hits, two errors and eight runners left on base, while Miller had no runs, four hits, six errors and three runners left on base.
The White Falcons defeated Miller on Wednesday by a count of 7-2 in Mason.